Top 30 Companies in New Zealand by Revenue

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The Org has released a breakdown of the Top 30 companies in Aotearoa by revenue, showing the broad range of high performing businesses throughout the country — from construction, to energy and mining, to healthcare innovation, New Zealand continues to mature as an international business hub.

At the top of the list, we can see the incumbent Fonterra maintaining the top position as Asian nations continue to import huge amounts of New Zealand’s coveted milk products — it’s joined in the top 30 by competitors a2 Milk and Synlait. With New Zealand’s $16B tourism sector taking a significant hit from the COVID fallout, companies like Tourism Holding Ltd, Air New Zealand, and Auckland Airports have looked vulnerable after years of strong performance. Read on to see the full list of The Org’s top 30 companies.

NumberCompanyIndustryOrg Chart
#2Fletcher BuildingConstructionTeam
#3Fisher & PaykleHealthcare & AppliancesTeam
#4a2 Milk Co LtdAgricultureTeam
#5Meridian EnergyEnergyTeam
#6Auckland AirportTravelTeam
#7Spark New ZealandTelecommunicationsTeam
#8Ryman Healthcare LtdHealthcareTeam
#9Oceania Healthcare LtdHealthcareTeam
#10Bank of New ZealandBankingTeam
#12Infritil LtdInvestmentTeam
#15Z Energy LtdEnergyTeam
#16Contact EnergyEnergyTeam
#18Napier Port HoldingsShippingTeam
#19Tourism Holdings LtdTourismTeam
#20Todd CorporationEnergy & HealthcareTeam
#22Air New ZealandAirlineTeam
#23Goodman Property TrustPropertyTeam
#24Genesis EnergyEnergyTeam
#25The New Zealand Refining CompanyEnergyTeam
#26Metlife CareAged CareTeam
#28Summerset Group HoldingsAged CareTeam
#29Sky Network TelevisionMediaTeam
#30Rocket LabSpaceTeam

As the world continues to navigate the uncertainty of COVID-19, healthcare brands like Fisher & Paykle have seen massive growth, while tourism and travel companies have been decimated. We’re confident in New Zealand’s resilience and adaptability, and look forward to covering the successful rebound in next year’s Top 30 list.

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